Wednesday, October 12, 2011

2012 BMW M5

A change of direction is nearly unique in the segment that brings together business rooms with a dynamic monitoring unit ultra-concentrated and chassis technology. The new BMW M5 is ready to build on the tradition of its predecessors and once again redefine the experience of performance available in a car with four doors. Sample conceptual harmony, the state of the art technology and a surprisingly dynamic management for BMW M are known, the fifth generation of BMW M5 fuels the passion for drivers looking for performance and blends in inimitable style, with the universal qualities of a luxury sedan of the highest quality.


The most powerful engine ever installed in a production model produced from BMW M GmbH, the innovative M active differential - that maximizes power transfer to the rear wheels - the chassis and specific technological models developed in the back of ' depth experience to ensure all races the BMW M5 a dominant position in the market for high-performance sedans.


The new BMW M5 is a high performance sports car, the unusual dynamic potential is fully focused on the application for field use, yet which also sets new standards in everyday driving with comfort on the road at the top and features innovative equipment. It also sets the pace in its class in terms of efficiency. History of success in the car segment over 25 years ago founded the original BMW M5 will continue for the moment in a contemporary exciting.


Under the hood of the new BMW M5 is a newly designed high-rpm V8 engine with M TwinPower Turbo (composed of Twin Scroll Twin Turbo technology, an exhaust manifold of the Red Bank, High Precision Injection direct fuel injection and Valvetronic fully variable valve control) maximum output of 412 kW/560 hp at 6000-7000 rpm and maximum torque of 680 Nm (502 lb-ft) between 1500 and 5750 rpm. Delivery and instantaneous power cell cars still knows M is the key to accelerating from 0 to 100 km / h (62 mph) in 4.4 seconds (0 to 200 km/h/124 km / h: 13, 0 seconds.) Average fuel consumption test cycle of the EU is 9.9 liters per 100 km / 28.5 mpg (CO2 emissions: 232 g / km) IMP. While production has increased by about 10 percent and a maximum torque has increased by more than 30 percent, the new BMW M5 fuel burns over 30 percent less than its predecessor.

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